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A(S) History - Britain: The Quest for Political Stability (1625 - 1688)
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Death of Queen Elizabeth.
James I and Parliament quarrel over MPs' rights to involve themselves in foreign policy.
Charles and Buckingham ally with Parliament to instigate war with Spain.
Charles agrees to marry Henrietta Maria.
Accession of Charles I.
Henrietta Maria arrives in England.
Parliament refuses Charles Tonnage and Poundage.
Cadiz expedition fails. English ships used at La Rochelle expeditions.
War with France.
Charles dissolves Parliament to prevent impeachment of Buckingham.
Five Knights Case.
Relief of Huguenots at La Rochelle fails.
Assassination of Buckingham.
Petition of Right.
Charles dissolves Parliament, beginning Personal Rule.
Wentworth appointed Lord Deputy of Ireland.
Laud appointed Archbishop of Canterbury.
Hampden challenges Ship Money.
Trial of Prynne, Bastwick and Burton.
English Prayer Book imposed in Scotland.
First Bishops' War.
Parliament recalled by Charles.
Charles declares war.
John Pym dies.
Charles surrenders to Scots.
Second Civil War.
Cromwell invades Ireland.
Adultery Act sets death penalty for adultery.
Cromwell made commander of the New Model Army.
Blasphemy Act passed to restrain Protestant Dissenters.
Toleration Act passed.
Hale Commission appointed to propose legal reforms.
Hale Commission proposals rejected.
Restoration of monarchy and Church of England.
Bishopric offered to Presbyterian Richard Baxter.
Act of Indemnity and Oblivion.
Convention Parliament dissolved. Abolition of Funeral Tenures.
Savoy Conference begins but fails within the year.
Cavalier Parliament assembles. Royalist majority.
First Declaration of Indulgence.
Act of Uniformity.
Conventicle Act passed.
Conventicle Act expires.
Conventicle Act renewed.
Second Declaration of Indulgence.
Accession of James II.
Glorious Revolution. James flees to France.
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